Spotlight Writing Challenge – Moonwashed Weekly Prompt – Thunderstorm – September 27, 2022 – Hosted by Eugenia @ Moonwashed Musings

Moonwashed Musings

winds howl loudly as

thunderstorms cleanse the past

dreaming of still peace

Your Weekly Prompt – Thunderstorm – September 27, 2022

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-Eugi

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Spotlight Art and Poetry – Love’s Touch – A painting and Poem by Mairi @ Just Mairi

Just Mairi

Sometimes
I look at my hands;

ageing
and ageless..

all of life's doing
carved
onto
the skin..

all of love's touch;
given
and received

reflected
from within.

Poem & Painting by Mairi

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Spotlight Writing – The Limelighters – Theatrics – Hosted by Eugenia @ Moonwashed Musings

Moonwashed Musings

“The world’s big and I want to have a good look at it before it gets dark.”
John Muir

Your Weekly Prompt Roundup – Theatrics – Posted September 20, 2022

Punam – first in ✨

Mulling spices

Ladyleemanila

Night at the Theatre

Goff Poetry

Haiku – Rainbow Harvest Moon – A Poem by Goff James

Jen

Tap Dance Theatrics – Moonwashed Weekly Prompt – Theatrics – September 20,2022

Sadje

Theatrical antics

Reena

Theatrics

Benjamin

One sea, Two scenes

Paula

Theatrics

Grace

Touch of Light

David

Phosphene theatrics, or: Autumn stars rustle

Suzette

Mandala – Haiku 2022 #Moonwashed Prompt

Mindfills

laburnum ~ a tanka

Rockstar Girl

Chapter 13: Kiss and Tell: Theatrics

Nope, Not Pam

summons

Earthly Comforts

I love the theatrics,
Of a great heart thumping music mix,
… pounding against your chest,
crashing in your brain!
Nicely done and neat tricks!
Smashing through the barriers,
Electronic beats, but…

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Spotlight Art – Still Life (In the Manner of a 1970s Cookbook) – A painting by Phil McAloon

Phil McAloon's paintings

It was only as I neared the crescendo of this symphony in brown that I realised it looks like the cover of a 1970s cookbook. Appropriately, I modelled it on Chardin. I say appropriately because French cooking seems to have had a stranglehold on Australian dinner parties in the 1970s. For ten long years the middle classes appear to have lived solely off duck a l’orange and French onion soup, interspersed with the occasional fondue party. It is a wonder anyone survived.

In a secondhand frame I bought for $3 from the op shop.

In its pre-framed form.

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Spotlight Poetry and Writing Challenge – Micro-Season: “Thunder Lowers Its Voice” – Naturalist Weekly Prompt – Thunder or Lightning – September 23 – 2022 – Hosted by Mark S @ Naturalist Weekly

Naturalist Weekly

We have entered the micro-season of “Thunder Lowers Its Voice”. This is the first micro-season of the mini-season of Autumn Equinox. The micro-seasons within Autumn Equinox are:

  • Thunder Lowers Its Voice (Sep 22 – Sep 27)
  • Hibernating Creatures Close Their Doors (Sep 28 – Oct 02)
  • The Paddy Water is First Drained (Oct 03 – Oct 07)

These seasons were established in 1685 by Japanese astronomer Shibuka Shunkai and are specific to Japan. However, just because the calendar focuses on Japan doesn’t mean it isn’t applicable to others. No matter where you live you can use these seasons as a starting point for your personal exploration of the world around you.

As a way to celebrate this season, we will investigate the conditions needed to create thunder and lightning. Then we read some thunder and lightning-themed haiku by Basho, Issa, and Kerouac.


“Thunder Lowers Its Voice” (Sep 22 -Sep…

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